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Ivriyah Declaration Series: Charitable



How to be a charitable Ivriyah


In today's society, women are often characterized by self-interests and individualism, however, the concept of biblical charity offers a timeless reminder of the transformative power of love, compassion, and generosity. At the heart of biblical charity lies the principle of agape love – unconditional, sacrificial love that seeks the well-being of others above oneself. Embracing biblical charity impacts the lives of those we serve and transforms our hearts and minds. This divine love, exemplified by Yahusha Hamashiach, serves as the cornerstone of charitable actions outlined throughout the Scriptures.


Scriptures related to being charitable

1 Corinthians 13:13 (KJV): "And now these three remain: faith, hope and love. But the greatest of these is love."
Proverbs 19:17 (KJV): "Whoever is kind to the poor lends to the Lord, and he will reward them for what they have done."
Luke 6:38 (KJV): "Give, and it will be given to you. A good measure, pressed down, shaken together and running over, will be poured into your lap. For with the measure you use, it will be measured to you."
Romans 12:13 (KJV): "Share with the Lord’s people who are in need. Practice hospitality."
Proverbs 19:17 (KJV): "Whoever is generous to the poor lends to the Lord, and he will repay him for his deed."

Additional lessons on being charitable from scripture:


The Bible offers a wealth of teachings on charity and compassion, providing timeless wisdom for individuals seeking to live out these virtues in their daily lives.


In the Parable of the Good Samaritan Luke 10:25–37, Yahusha illustrates the essence of true charity through the selfless actions of a Samaritan who extends aid to a wounded stranger, transcending cultural barriers and prejudices. Similarly, in Matthew 25:31-46, Yahusha emphasizes the importance of caring for the least of these, affirming that acts of kindness toward the hungry, thirsty, stranger, naked, sick, and imprisoned are ultimately expressions of love toward Him.


Rooted in the teachings of the Bible, biblical charity transcends mere philanthropy, inviting individuals to embrace a lifestyle of selfless giving and service to others. From caring for the poor and marginalized to extending forgiveness and mercy, biblical charity encompasses a broad spectrum of compassionate deeds driven by love. Let us explore the essence of biblical charity and its profound impact on both giver and receiver. Biblical charity extends beyond mere words or intentions, whether through volunteering at a local shelter, offering financial assistance to those in need, or simply extending a listening ear to someone experiencing hardship.


As an Ivriyah cultivates a spirit of generosity and compassion, she experiences the joy and fulfillment that comes from selflessly giving to others. Every act of kindness and generosity contributes to the flourishing of community and the advancement of Yah's kingdom on earth. Our acts of charity serve as a powerful witness to the love of the Most High Yahuah, drawing others into relationship with Him and inspiring them to join in the work of compassion and justice. Whether through volunteering at a local shelter, offering financial assistance to those in need, or simply extending a listening ear to someone experiencing hardship, By imitating the example of Hamashiach in our daily interactions, we become instruments of His love and grace in a broken world.Let us embrace the call to love one another as Yahusha Hamashiach has loved us, extending kindness, mercy, and grace to all who cross our path.


Self-Affirmations for being Charitable/Love
  • I am a channel of love and compassion, spreading kindness wherever I go.

  • I am grateful for the opportunity to serve others through acts of charity and generosity.

  • I create a ripple effect of love and positivity in the world.

  • I radiate love and warmth, touching the lives of others with compassion and empathy.

  • My actions are guided by love, and I am committed to making a positive difference in the lives of those around me.

  • I embrace the joy that comes from giving, knowing that love is the greatest gift of The Most High.  

  • I am worthy of love, and I am capable of giving and receiving love in abundance.

  • I find joy in giving and sharing with others.

  • My charitable actions reflect the abundance in my life.

  • I am kind and generous, and my actions uplift those around me.

  • I am committed to being a compassionate and charitable presence in my community.


A Prayer

Abba Yahuah, I pray to have a loving heart towards my neighbor. I pray to have a giving heart to those who are in need. I pray I have a patient demeanor with kind words and an understanding attitude towards others. I pray to abide in your Word, holding fast to your teachings and living in accordance with them. Help me Abba to follow The commandment that we love one another as you loved us. In Yahusha Name, so be it.


This article was written by Yoana AnaYah. Read more at www.almightyshouse.life.

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